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NW Department Community Safety: Road Traffic Management Learnerships New Hiring

Join the NW Department Community Safety and Transport Management's Road Traffic Management Learnership program, designed to cultivate skilled professionals in traffic management. This comprehensive initiative offers a valuable learning experience while contributing to the community's safety and transportation efficiency.

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  • Engage in theoretical and practical training sessions focusing on road traffic management techniques, regulations, and protocols.
  • Participate in on-the-field experiences to gain hands-on knowledge in traffic control, incident management, and road safety measures.
  • Collaborate with experienced mentors to understand and apply traffic management strategies effectively.
  • Assist in the enforcement of traffic laws and regulations, ensuring compliance and safety on the roads.
  • Contribute to community outreach programs aimed at promoting road safety awareness and education.
  • Minimum educational qualification: Matric/Grade 12 or equivalent.
  • Passion for road safety and traffic management.
  • Strong communication skills and the ability to work effectively within a team.
  • Commitment to learning and applying new skills in a practical setting.
  • Willingness to adhere to strict safety regulations and protocols.
Job Benefits
  • Comprehensive training in road traffic management principles.
  • Hands-on experience in various aspects of traffic control and safety measures.
  • Mentorship from seasoned professionals in the field.
  • A rewarding opportunity to contribute to community safety and transportation efficiency.
  • Potential for career growth within the department or related sectors upon successful completion of the program.
  • Review the Requirements: Ensure that you meet the minimum educational qualifications and other criteria specified in the job description.
  • Prepare Your Documents: Gather all necessary documents, including your CV/resume, certified copies of your academic qualifications (Matric/Grade 12 or equivalent), identification documents, and any other relevant certificates or credentials.
  • Application Submission: Submit your application via the specified method. This might involve sending an email to the provided email address, filling out an online application form on the department's website, or mailing your application to the designated postal address.
  • Include a Cover Letter (if required): Craft a brief cover letter expressing your interest in the learnership program, highlighting your motivation, relevant skills, and what you aim to gain from the experience.
  • Follow Instructions: Pay attention to any specific instructions or additional information requested in the application process. Ensure that you provide all necessary details accurately and completely.
  • Submission Deadline: Be mindful of the application deadline and ensure your application reaches the department before the specified closing date.
  • Follow-Up: If there's an application tracking number or any provided contact information, you may follow up on your application status within a reasonable time frame if no response is received.
Employment Type
Duration of employment
3 Months
Job Location
Mmabatho, North West, South Africa, Mmabatho, North West, 2735, South Africa
Working Hours
Date posted
May 14, 2024
Valid through
November 28, 2024
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